SeaCrate
A monthly subscription box for beach and ocean lovers.

$34.99+ / month

Subscriber Reviews

4.6 of 5 stars
Disappointed.
by joanie written Oct 04, 2018
Disappointing. Not much for the price.
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SeaCrate said...
4 days ago
Hi Joanie, The October SeaCrate you received had a retail price of $34.99 but the total value was $97.50, including the following items: Embroidered Mermaid Hat $35 Magnetic Note Pad $3.50 Wooden Mermaid Postcard $6.00 Sea Salt Pumpkin Super Seeds $3.00 Sea Siren Body Butter $8.00 Sea Glass Stud Earrings $15.00. Sorry you did not feel it was "not much for the price" but we feel box contained high-value items for a fair price and our customers on social media have reported being really pleased with these high quality items.
First Box
by Jennifer written Aug 16, 2018
Just received my first box. I'm not sure the value is there. I adored the air plant octopus, but the other items were very cheap & low value. A re-useable grocery bag, that was made of very poor quality material (Dollar Store?). The pictures a lovely, Give it another month.
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Not worth the price.
by Aspen written Aug 08, 2018
The candy was good .The customer service was fast. The totebag and beer can holder I could easily get at the dollar store A dried out jellyfish is just creepy. Way overpriced for as little as I got....Aspen
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August Box a bit disappointing
by Kathleen written Aug 08, 2018
This is my 4th box and I’m very disappointed with the octopus themed items. No description this month of enclosed items, so I’ll do my best. Thin reusable bag, small bag of “sea glass” candy, thermal can holder, starfish decoration, and a jellyfish air plant. Hopefully September will be better!
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Gifted by my team
by Renee written Mar 21, 2018
This was a little disappointing. I was excited when my team at work gifted me 3 months at Christmas. My first seacrate had a pouch of broken old china along with a few beachy things. My team was very disappointed and didn't feel that they got their money's worth. I will say that the March seacrate semi-redeemed the Jan/Feb ones. I did love the beachy bracelet and the other items were also appreciated.
SeaCrate said...
Mar 23, 2018
We are sorry to hear you were not happy with your experience. January SeaCrate contained hand-beachcombed antique sea pottery that is prized among many beachcombing collectors. There have been jewelry, bath/body, accessory/decor and food items in each of your boxes which each had retail values of $60 or more, twice the discounted 3-month subscription rate paid by your team. Every SeaCrate features hand-beachcombed and artisan made products from around the world, supports small businesses, and contributes a portion of our sales to the Ocean Conservancy.
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